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Canadian Archbishop to Accept Award From Women's Ordination Advocacy Group 'FutureChurch' CLERICAL WHISPERS - September 25, 2016 A Canadian archbishop has agreed to accept an award from a dissident U.S. Catholic group tonight for his work in promoting female deacons within the Catholic Church during the 2015 Family Synod in Rome. Archbishop Paul-André Durocher of the Gatineau diocese in Quebec will receive the award from FutureChurch for what the group called his "visionary proposal during the 2015 Family Synod in Rome calling on bishops to discuss ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/09/canadian-archbishop-to-accept-award.html

Latin Church Changes Canons for Eastern Catholics, Orthodox BYZANTINE, TEXAS - September 15, 2016 VATICAN CITY ( Crux ) - In a change to church law, Latin-rite Catholic deacons may not preside at a wedding when one or both of the new spouses are members of an Eastern Catholic church. The new rule is one of the changes to 11 canons in the Latin-rite Code of Canon law that Pope Francis approved in order to harmonize the laws of the Latin and Eastern Catholic churches on several issues involving the sacraments of baptism ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2016/09/rome-changes-canon-laws-related-to.html

Changing Canon Law, Pope Brings Latin and Eastern Practices Closer CLERICAL WHISPERS - September 15, 2016 In a change to church law, Latin-rite Catholic deacons may not preside at a wedding when one or both of the new spouses are members of an Eastern Catholic church. The new rule is one of the changes to 11 canons in the Latin-rite Code of Canon law that Pope Francis approved in order to harmonize the laws of the Latin and Eastern Catholic churches on several issues involving the sacraments of baptism and marriage. After more ...http://clericalwhispers.blogspot.com/2016/09/changing-canon-law-pope-brings-latin.html

Traditional Ordinations to Take Place in England Next Year NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - September 9, 2016 The Catholic Herald reported yesterday that ordinations will be celebrated in the traditional rite on June 17th of next year at the Fraternity of St Peter's church in Warrington, England, St Mary's Shrine. His Grace Malcolm McMahon, O.P., the Archbishop of Liverpool, will ordain Deacons Alex Stewart and Krzysztof Sanetra in the first such ordination ceremony to be held in England in decades. The FSSP took over the beautiful church of St Mary in Warrington ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/LH79ElTxdo4/traditional-ordinations-to-take-place.html

Canon 212 Is IMPORTANT FR RAY BLAKE'S BLOG - September 8, 2016 ... gathering as co-workers with the bishop, not in the sense of a bishop lording it over his priests but working with them, for deacons there are all those patristic texts about being the bishops eyes and ears. What we are not supposed to do is be silent. A silent Church is either dead or fearful. The good Fr Hunwicke has an important post about an important issue here. I too have heard about pressure being put on individuals to shut up and stop asking embarrassing questions. ...http://marymagdalen.blogspot.com/2016/09/canon-212-is-important.html

Thomas Reese SJ: Ordain Women PERSPECTIVE - August 13, 2016 Jesuit Thomas Reese has an article at NCR about women being deacons - he opines that women should be able to be priests in the church as well. One will recall that Fr. Reese had been an editor at America magazine until he was forced to quit for being too open-minded. Here's a bit of his article about women as deacons and priests: Women deacons? Yes. Deacons? Maybe ... When I was asked by a reporter last week whether I ...http://povcrystal.blogspot.com/2016/08/thomas-reese-sj-ordain-women.html

Deacons, Blogging, and "Crimson and Clover" Καθολικός διάκονος - August 12, 2016 ... Foreward to James Keating's recent book, The Heart of the Diaconate , acting in persona Christi Servi (i.e., in the person of Christ the servant)? If so, how does that factor into the discussion? Along the same lines as a papally-appointed commission studying the diaconate vis-à-vis women, I read something today that the next Synod may be on the subject of pastoral ministry with a focus on making the sacraments more available to the faithful, which is important given the seemingly ...http://scottdodge.blogspot.com/2016/08/deacons-blogging-and-crimson-and-clover.html

If Deacons Can Do Everything a Lay Person Can Do, That's News to Me GOOGLING GOD - August 12, 2016 ... the laity. It's a big reason why I want to be a Deacon. I am unable to preach often and almost completely restricted from preaching on Sundays. True, deacons can baptize, but so can laypeople. I was baptized by a Sister of St. Joseph in the hospital when they thought I would die shortly after birth. That is why my middle name is Joseph. Baptisms by laypeople have always been recognized by the church. Again, necessity only. Not a regular preactice. True, ...http://www.googlinggod.com/2016/08/12/if-deacons-can-do-everything-a-lay-person-can-do-thats-news-to-me/

Aggie Catholic Vocations Are BOOMING! AGGIE CATHOLIC BLOG - August 10, 2016 St. Mary's Catholic Center is blessed to have many students who discern the call to priesthood and religious life. There are many reasons why we have a culture of discernment here, which include – a strong campus ministry, the ability to get to know multiple priests and religious (who are in love with Jesus) personally, the kind of student attracted to A&M, the culture locally, etc. Because our students have many opportunities to come to know Jesus and grow in ...http://www.aggiecatholicblog.org/2016/08/aggie-catholic-vocations-are-booming/

St. Lawrence, Deacon and Martyr CATHOLIC FIRE - August 10, 2016 By Jean M. Heimann August 10 is the feast of St. Lawrence, deacon and martyr. Lawrence was one of the seven deacons of the Church of Rome. In 258, he was martyred along with Pope Sixtus II and other deacons. St. Lawrence was in charge of caring for the poor and had a great love for the destitute and the needy. He was the distributor of alms and "keeper of the treasures of the Church" during a time when Christianity was proclaimed illegal. The Prefect of Rome, ...http://catholicfire.blogspot.com/2016/08/st-lawrence-deacon-and-martyr.html

"Turn Me Over–I'm Done on This Side!" the Heroic Faith of St. Lawrence SEASONS OF GRACE - August 10, 2016 ... on a hot beach in a vain attempt to get a suntan will appreciate this story. St. Lawrence, one of seven deacons who served under Pope Sixtus II, died on this date in 258 A.D. According to legend, he was "roasted" alive on a grill—but maintaining his good humor to the end, he is reputed to have said during his ordeal, "Turn me over. I'm done on this side." * * * * * And why was the Emperor Valerian so outraged as to require that the deacon's life be snuffed out? Deacon ...http://seasonsofgrace.net/turn-me-over-im-done-on-this-side-the-heroic-faith-of-st-lawrence/

St. Lawrence, Deacon and Martyr ATONEMENTONLINE - August 9, 2016 Saint Lawrence was one of seven deacons in Rome in charge of giving help to the poor and the needy. In fact, during the first centuries of the Church, the number of deacons for any bishop was limited to seven, following the precedent of Jerusalem. It was said of Lawrence that he was to Rome, what Stephen was to Jerusalem. When a persecution broke out, Pope St. Sixtus was condemned to death. As he was led to execution, Lawrence followed him weeping, ...http://atonementparish.blogspot.com/2016/08/st-lawrence-deacon-and-martyr.html

Three Priests Ordained in Refugee Camp BYZANTINE, TEXAS - August 9, 2016 ... displaced, which is home to some 5,500 people forced to flee their homes due to ISIS. The ordination, he said, "will give hope to (the people)" in the camp, mostly Syriac Catholics from Qaraqosh, who for two years have been forced to live as refugees. Fr. Momika, who is from Qaraqosh, noted how Aug. 6 marks the exact two-year anniversary since ISIS attacked his hometown, driving out inhabitants who didn't meet their demands to convert to Islam, pay a hefty tax or face death. "We left Qaraqosh ...http://byztex.blogspot.com/2016/08/three-priests-ordained-in-refugee-camp.html

When Dialogue Is a Distraction CRISIS MAGAZINE - August 8, 2016 ... for the dialogue to remain open on the question of ordaining women to the diaconate. And there it is, that word, oft-used and little-understood: "dialogue." Those engaged in theological study or familiar with affairs within the Church often see this word employed in relation to matters that have been declared decided or closed; those who wish for a different outcome urge a continuation of "dialogue"—that is, they don't want the matter to be closed. We see this quite often with the ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/rfERj6kNPa4/when-dialogue-is-a-distraction

Pope Francis Establishes Commission on Women Deacons. CREATIVE MINORITY REPORT - August 2, 2016 Wonder What They'll Recommend. #foregoneconclusion WaPo: In May, Pope Francis remarked that the Catholic Church should study whether women could be "reinstated" as deacons — a proposal that could introduce a role for women in the Catholic clergy that has been open only to men for centuries. On Tuesday, he made good on that comment, made last spring to a gathering of nuns. The Vatican announced the members of the new Commission for ...http://www.creativeminorityreport.com/2016/08/pope-francis-establishes-commission-on.html

Pope Francis Names New Commission to Study Women Deacons WHERE THE RUBBER HITS THE ROAD - August 2, 2016 Pope Francis names new commission to study women deacons - Pope - Aleteia.org – Worldwide Catholic Network Sharing Faith Resources for those seeking Truth – Aleteia.orghttp://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/oOuOI/~3/1yk5ghBpvm0/pope-francis-names-new-commission-to.html

Truthiness and the Pope's Commission on Women Deacons PERSPECTIVE - August 2, 2016 In the news: Vatican Announces Commission on Women Deacons Here's the prevalent truthiness version of this news: "our progressive reforming pope, wanting women to have equal opportunities in the church, has come up with the idea of a commission to study women now being deacons" . Who doesn't like this warm and fuzzy view of reality? But it doesn't correspond with the facts. Here are the facts .... 1) The idea of women being deacons has ...http://povcrystal.blogspot.com/2016/08/truthiness-and-popes-commission-on.html

Pope Appoints Commission to Study Matter Exhaustively Studied by Earlier Papal Commission NEW LITURGICAL MOVEMENT - August 2, 2016 ... suspect most of our readers have already seen elsewhere that the Holy See has announced the formation of a commission to study the question of women deacons . A member of Fr Zuhlsdorf's commentariat has very cleverly pointed out a statement by the Holy Father himself to the effect that the surest way to make sure a question remains unresolved is to appoint a commission. I noticed while Googling the matter that almost all of what is available on the internet about this matter ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/TheNewLiturgicalMovement/~3/KejNiw6Jaag/pope-appoints-commission-to-study.html

WOMEN DEACONS? Phyllis Zagano Appointed to New Commission to Study Possibility SEASONS OF GRACE - August 2, 2016 ... will consider the possibility of ordaining female deacons "especially with regard to the first ages of the Church." The announcement came today, according to the Vatican, "after intense prayer and mature reflection." The pope has thus indicated his willingness to listen to those (including U.S. author and academic Phyllis Zagano, who has been an outspoken proponent of women deacons) who claim that this would be a restoration of the practice of the early ...http://seasonsofgrace.net/women-deacons-phyllis-zagano-appointed-to-new-commission-to-study-possibility/

Women Deacons? A Matter of Authority CRISIS MAGAZINE - July 27, 2016 Pope Francis recently called for a commission to study the possibility of ordaining women to the diaconate in the Catholic Church. This might seem to be disturbing news because it suggests that the pope has opened up the possibility of ordaining women to the hierarchical and sacramental diaconate—a role which, throughout the history of the Church, has been expressly forbidden. However, since we know this pope likes to open up topics for discussion without any intention ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CrisisMagazine/~3/dCpZYy6Tt9c/women-deacons-matter-authority

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